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TCU in the CFB previewSonny Dykes had only been head football coach at Texas Christian University for a couple of weeks last winter when he and wife Kate made the 122-mile drive south from Fort Worth to Temple. His to-do list was already long, but almost nothing was more important than visiting star wide receiver Quentin Johnston and convincing him to stay at TCU for the upcoming season.Gary Patterson had been Johnston’s coach with the Horned Frogs for the past two years, and now, with TCU nudging Patterson out eight games into the 2021 season, Johnston knew the NCAA transfer portal was teeming with opportunities for him.A coaching change can prompt a mass exodus of talent into the transfer portal, and in his first days at TCU, Dykes did…

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